As a good millennial that I am, an essential part of the memory of my youth is located in front of the tv tube, with Canal+ tuned and ran through the streets of Sunnydale fighting evil next to Xander, Willow, Giles and company in the still today fabulous ‘Buffy, vampire slayer’.
Knowing this, it is understandable my enthusiasm by knowing that the legendary series created by Joss Whedon is developing a reboot headed by Monica Owusu-Breen —responsible for the libretto of, among others, ‘Alias’ or ‘Lost’ and creator of ‘Midnight, Texas’—. Owusu-Breen, will be the times of the writer, showrunner and executive producer; charge that you will share with your own Whedon and the executive producers of ‘Buffy, the vampire slayer’ original’ Gail Berman, Fran Kazui and Kaz Kazui.
As has been transcended, the new version of ‘Buffy, vampire slayer’ will begin to knock at the door of platforms streaming and cable tv this summer and will be built on the mythology of the show original with an approach to contemporary. The producers have thrown some light on the tone and the concept of the reboot with these declarations:
“As in our world, it will be remarkably diverse and, as in the original, some aspects of the series could be viewed as metaphors on the problems that confront us all today.”
The diversity that makes reference to the point that presides over these lines may be reflected in the intention of the producers of the new huntress is african-american although, for the moment, there is no decision closed, since the return of ‘Buffy, the vampire slayer’ from the hand of the Fox 21 —property of 20th Century Fox—, is located in the very initial stages of development.
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